Over time, depression and several other mental disorders evolve camouflage so strong, that they become almost invisible to other people. There are, however, still some ways to spot the parasites. Pauline Palita is a 22-year-old visual artist and mental health advocate. She decided to discuss a reliable method of how to spot individuals who struggle with mental health, and it is resonating hard on Twitter.
According to National Alliance on Mental Illness, about one in five adults in the United States experiences mental illness in a given year. Plus, mood disorders, including major depression, bipolar disorder, and dysthymic disorder are the third most common cause of hospitalization in the country for people aged 18–44. Scroll down to learn how to identify these dangerous conditions.
Relating to that issue, people believed Pauline’s thoughts were spot-on
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